Hotel Los Patos Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on my way.
We catch up with the group and continue on our way, after a 10 minute continuous ride up a rocky hill we pass a few mountain bikers, why the hell would you pedal up here! I enjoy riding my bike at home but this was rocky as hell and we had engines. They must have been masochists. We descend the other side and cross a bit of a river, only about 10m across and about a foot deep but just something new to navigate. We meet up with John again ...
... the Alcazaba (as the Moorish palace is known). Again entrance was free because of Easter Sunday, which we greatly appreciated. The Alcazaba entrance consisted of eight separate gates or maybe it was nine. Each gate contains a thick double door system with about 20 feet between the doors that can be filled solid with rocks and dirt (turning the gates into solid walls) leading towards an enclosed courtyard area where you are faced with walls on either side. The setup delivers ...
Well, Rasta and I were very excited to wake up to a bright, sunny morning in Malaga, and we couldn’t wait to explore! This incredibly old city was founded by the Phoenicians in 770BC as Malaka, and has been influenced greatly both archaeologically and architecturally by the Roman, Arabic and Christian eras spanning a history of almost 2,800 years. It is located on Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of ...
... first time since school she had more than ten consecutive days off work!
The afternoon was hot and sunny so we had a walk along the prom to suss out a venue for Lesley’s birthday dinner and to sit with a beer or two. Our choice was a Brazilian barbeque restaurant, as we all felt a great need for meat. So Sunday evening we went back to town and walked along the prom to a cocktail bar for preprandial drinks. The bar, ...
... They are active neighbourhood churches, built in Plazas, which are typical white Andalusian village squares.
The Folk Museum, Contemporary Art Centre and Town Hall (# 14, 15 and 16) were all closed, and we had visited the last point of interest, the Ermita del Calvario (the Calvary chapel) way up the mountainside during our first hike in the hills. Maybe we should take a hint, and take siesta time like the locals!!